Longest Time Balanced On A Closed Folding Ladder

Australia Dominic Pavicic

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Perth, Western Australia, Australia / March 1, 2009

Dominic Pavicic climbed onto a closed folding ladder and stayed balanced on it for 50.94 seconds, a new world record.

Pavicic set the record on March 1, 2009 at his home in Perth, Australia. Neil Fernandez was present to time and document the record.

NOTE: This category is dangerous. If you attempt to beat the record, please use safety and caution and have adult supervision on hand.

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- must use a standard five-step ladder
- must attempt record on a flat surface
- ladder must remain entirely closed for duration of attempt
- timing starts when feet leave ground, and stops when feet or side of ladder touch ground
- no assistance from others permitted
- may stand on any step of ladder during attempt
- must provide video evidence
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  • response to this attempt United States Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    Haha, good thinking as far as clearing everything around you. Nice work!

  • response to this attempt

    that's scary! aha

  • response to this attempt

    That was cool Dom..So whats next :))

  • response to this attempt

    Dom you are freakin caarazy! LOL you daredevil you!

  • response to this attempt

    oke how do we break the record

  • response to this attempt

    exilirating

  • response to this attempt

    Good catch Bill. Fixed. Thx.

  • response to this attempt

    He got 13 rolls (like the description says) but the record at the top only say 7 rolls.

  • response to this attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    No need to get fancy. You're welcome to beat your own record. Just be careful, that's all we ask.

  • response to this attempt

    Woo hoo. That was so fun to do, Ill have to have another go, without being fancy haha, or do I go the more fancy option???

  • response to this attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Please don't try this at home without parental supervision and 15,000 pillows.

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